HOW TO PICK A DRIVER | WHAT ARE YOUR BEST SPECS?

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Tired of Your Same Old Driver? Learn How to Pick Your Best Driver Yet!

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15 Comments

  1. never got fitted for my driver/woods. I bought 915's in R flex Diamana blueboards cut down .5" (60g driver, 70g fairway wood). Not sure about clubhead speed but I can hit a 9 iron from 135-140 yards and play Project X PXi 5.5 in my irons. Something tells me the flex on my driver is too soft, but my skill level with the driver is still fairly poor. Would there be any point in me getting fit for shafts in my clubs or should I just try and work with the stock R flex shafts they came with? Been considering getting stiff flex Fujikura shafts. Weight is good but the shafts seem to bend a lot, even my iron shafts on high speed camera bend a lot at impact. Is this the norm or am I overloading them?

  2. Good info!
    I play an 85 gram aldila stiff flex, high kick point that I got for $20 on eBay. I love it but it took years for me to really find something that worked for me.
    If you have a place where you can hit different clubs, take advantage of that! You'll save a ton of money.

  3. hi, im 17 and started golfing around 6 months ago, ive found that i swing my driver very hard and fast, and without hitting the ground and just making contact with the ball, i break drivers very easily, is there any tips or tricks you know that can help me, p.s, i average 325 yards per drive

  4. Hey, I'm trying to get a new driver and I was wondering if I should get a new one or a used one. Are the used ones bad or are they basically the same? Thanks in advance

  5. Is it ok just to choke up on the driver or trim it a little to improve strike quality or would you need to buy a shaft that is made to a particular length? Also, would other factors like spin rate change as well? (I have seen another video from somebody else where this was implied)

  6. Hi I’ve found a 12 degree Teitleist driver 913 or915 D2 with an L flex shaft 44” to be the best for me. Loft and light weight best for slow swing seniors like me. Still staying competitive with much younger players . Love the game as much as in my younger days. Thanks for this video it’s right on

  7. Always love your video, your knowledge of golf and your honesty…..do you mean slower driving speed should use the higher loft club head?

  8. I'm a beginner…6ft 2. 235 lbs & very powerful…what type of club would you recommend. Shaft length?